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The Juicy Couture Gals Goes Back On Their Fur-Word

Published on August 5, 2012 by   ·   16 Comments Pin It
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Skaist Taylor’s founders, Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor, have made millions profiting off compassionate consumers that shopped with the duo’s previous company, Juicy Couture, which has been fur-free since 2008.  Juicy’s formerly enthusiastic supporters feel betrayed and heartbroken to see that not only are these two women wearing and promoting real fur themselves, but they are also selling it in their upcoming fall line.

Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor AKA Cruella DeVilles

Skaist Taylor’s selection on the Neiman Marcus website currently includes fur and shearling from all over the world, most notably China- home of the world’s worst animal cruelty, especially as it pertains to its fur-bearing victims.

It’s bad enough to see fur pelts from animals that have been skinned alive, drowned, anally electrocuted, gassed, or put to any horrific death for the sake of “fashion,” but it’s even worse seeing it come from two fashionistas that benefited immensely from the support of the animal rights community.

Please encourage these two fashion leaders to educate themselves about the atrocities of the fur industry and remove all fur items from their line. Let them know that not only will you not be supporting their new business, but you will also tell anyone and everyone to boycott Skaist Taylor until they join other fashion leaders like Stella McCartney, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Charlotte Ronson, Kate Spade, and many others to officially pledge their fur-free stance.

Ask them today: Skaist Taylor: Please Go Fur-Free!

With the abundance of faux fur alternatives available today, there is absolutely no excuse to murder fur-bearing animals for fashion.

Once you’ve signed the petition (thank you!), please let these ladies know how you feel about killing animals for fashion on Skaist Taylor Facebook or Skaist Taylor Twitter!

Click here to sign Jessica’s petition, “Skaist Taylor: Please Go Fur-Free!”.

via fur-free glamazon Jessica Schlueter.

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Readers Comments (16)

  1. Charlotte says:

    You can tell via the overly botoxed faces, straightened-to-death hair – dyed colors inappropriately for their age, and overly champagned out eyes that these two women are DESPERATE to be beautiful. Little do they know that BEAUTY.. true BEAUTY comes from being KIND to all of the universe’s creatures. If they dumped the fur, they could probably dump the toxic botox and fillers, and maybe even find happy relationships. These girls are the pinnacle of LA douchebags.. just the lowest form of pathetic.

  2. [...] since 2008 and has a wide base of compassionate consumers. Those compassionate consumers are now feeling betrayed by the duo’s latest move to promote real fur and sell it in their upcoming fall [...]

  3. Sonia says:

    They look absolutely ridiculous in that picture.

    • Liz says:

      So true! They look like 30-somethings imitating the 17-year-olds I see parading around my town trying to get the attention of the pick-up truck drivers motoring by. Pimped-up-small-town-trash-trying-too-hard. They hardly look like successful fashion icons.

  4. Lori says:

    I’m disgusted by them… class-less and disappointing. I will spread the word to help bring awareness. I just don’t get how ANYONE can look past the horror of animal fur…no excuse these days; it’s not just ignorance; it’s stupidity.

  5. So very disappointing! Why do people become so disconnected from the world we live in?

  6. Jake Spaid says:

    EVERYONE IS SELLING FUR ! JUICY COUTURE is selling FUR! The hypocritical stance in the fashion industry drives me nuts when the humane society omits lamb shearling from the “list” of fur friendly companies!! Time to take a real stand and eliminate all animal pelts and fur.. wool and skin is a pelt!

  7. Ellen Lavinthal says:

    Thrilled to see more and more coverage of this fashion duo’s choice to design in fur. Yes they have the freedom to do that, but we have the freedom to boycott SKAIST TAYLOR and share the petition against their decision widely!

  8. Beverly Chandler says:

    They look ridiculous in all the pictures I have seen. I have zero respect for them. They’re imbeciles.

  9. Shelley says:

    Awful. I hate seeing dead animals on pathetic women. I would much rather see the animals alive. Compassion is much more beautiful than wearing fur from animals that have been anally/vaginally electrocuted, skinned alive, drowned or had their necks broken.
    Have a heart and a soul: stop selling/wearing fur.

  10. Thanks for expressing your ideas. I’d personally also like to say that video games have been actually evolving. Modern tools and inventions have helped create reasonable and active games. Most of these entertainment games were not that sensible when the real concept was first being attempted. Just like other kinds of electronics, video games as well have had to advance via many generations. This is testimony for the fast growth and development of video games.

  11. Taylor says:

    This is sickening… such selfish, self-absorbed money hungry greedy p!gs that are a part of the terrible pain and cruelty of skinning animals! I wish someone would skin them! Living their fancy lives off the pain, cruelity and death of beautiful animals. What a world we live in… all for profit! They don’t even look nice in them, they look stupid! Shame on you!




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